Euro 2016: Wales through to semis as they beat Belgium 3-1
Wales will be looking to reach their first semi final in over 58 years when they face tournament dark horses Belgium in the second quarterfinal of Euro 2016 on Friday.Updated: Jul 02, 2016 02:22 IST
Wales came back from one goal down to complete a brilliant 3-1 win against Belgium to book their Euro 2016 semifinal berth on Friday.
Belgium coach Marc Wilmots made three changes, two of which were enforced, for Friday’s Euro 2016 quarter-final against Gareth Bale’s Wales at Stade Pierre-Mauroy in Lille.
The duo of 21-year old Jason Denayer and Jordan Lukaku -- brother of striker Romelu -- will come into the Belgium back four, while Wales manager Chris Coleman made one change to the team that beat Northern Ireland 1-0 in the last 16, with Hal Robson-Kanu coming into the team up front alongside Bale and Sam Vokes dropping out.
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First Published: Jul 02, 2016 00:25 IST